So excited to be doing another reading with The Playwright's Center in San Francisco. This time reading Carol Lashof's Gap. Carol is the co-founder of Those Women Productions and an incredible playwright. For more info about the Playwright's Center and the event click HERE. For more info about Those Women and Carol click HERE.
Merry Christmas and welcome to Avenue Q! This Christmas I am headed home to participate in a San Francisco holiday tradition-Avenue Q at New Conservatory Theatre Center! This will be my second time playing Kate Monster and I can't wait to return to this show and be home for the holidays. Join us in the unconventional San Franciscan holiday spirit! Get your tickets HERE!
Oh my goodness! I am so excited to go to Whidbey Island this summer to perform at the Island Shakespeare Festival! I will be in Langley, Washington off the coast of Seattle the entire summer. This summer we are doing Hamlet, Comedy of Errors, and The Seagull in repertory. We are being directed by Jackie Apodaca, Kyle Haden, and Andrew Fling; and we are being artistically directed by girl boss Olena Hodges! Do not miss out. If you wanna see some orcas, Shakespeare, and/or me hop on the ferry and join us! Get your tickets HERE.
Calling all Steinbeck fans! I will be at the National Steinbeck Center on May 6th as part of the 2017 Steinbeck Festival reading the first episode of Back on Cannery Row, a TV series developed by P.J. Palmer, Eric Enno Tamm, and twenty2media. It is based on Steinbeck's friendship with the pioneering marine biologist Ed Ricketts. All the information about this event, the festival, and tickets is available here: https://www.steinbeck.org. I hope we see you there!
As one show opens another one begins! Rehearsals are underway for Bondage. A new play by the incredibly talented Star Finch, Bondage tells the story of a mixed race family on a Caribbean island coming to terms with the horror of slavery. Star has written a powerful and devastating story, our cast and crew is stellar, and I am so excited to tell you that we are being lead by the incredible Elizabeth Carter. Don't miss it friends! Buy your tickets here.
Yo! My next project is one I am very very very excited for! I am going to be returning to Sacramento Theatre Company to play Ariel in their production of The Tempest! The first performance I ever saw was a production of The Tempest. It was free in a park and needless to say, it changed my life. Buy your tickets here! Watch me do some magic and speak some Shakespeare!
So very excited to begin working on my next project! Next month I begin rehearsals at Sacramento Theatre Company for their annual production of Cinderella as Goneril, an ugly stepsister. The show is being done in the style of British pantomime, a Christmas tradition on the other side of the Atlantic (check out the Wikipedia article here, to see a picture of the Queen herself, participating in a panto production). We run Nov. 30-Jan. 1st. Get your tickets here: http://www.sactheatre.org/shows/cinderella2016/
See you over the Holidays!
You could be me for Halloween!! Number 7! Check it out: http://shakespeareandbeyond.folger.edu/2016/10/16/shakespeare-themed-halloween-costume/
I'm going home! And not only that I am going to be part of my dear friend Amy Prosser's world premiere of Things Reveal Themselves Passing Away with RE:ACT and The Encore Theater Company. She is an incredible friend and tremendous artist and I am beyond excited to tell this story. In addition I will be participating in RE:ACT and Encore's play festival "5 Plays in 5 Days" reprising my role in a reading of The Bottle Tree. I am so grateful to be a part of these new and important works in the town that I call home! See you soon San Francisco!
Get your tickets for Things Reveal Themselves Passing Away here: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/961684
I am so excited to announce that I will be appearing in the Musical Cafe's Spring Showcase at the Flight Deck in Oakland on June 5 and 6! Musical Cafe is part of Play Cafe, an organization that provides platforms for Bay Area artists to showcase their work for more information go here: http://playcafe.org/ . If you are interested in seeing the show, buy your tickets here:
Come support Bay Area Artists!
The Daedalus Project is coming up! It's a fundraiser to assist people living with HIV/AIDS at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. There is a bake sale, an arts and treasures auction, a play reading, a variety show, a 5k, and much much more! If you are in Ashland from August 22-24 be sure to check it out. For tickets to the variety show (where you may see that infamous long-distance runner Emily Deerdahl) click here: https://www.osfashland.org/productions/2015-activities-and-events/daedalus-project.aspx